The sixth season of the Never Not Funny podcast featured 26 episodes and was first broadcasted October 21, 2009. The core lineup was Jimmy Pardo and Matt Belknap with weekly guests from the Los Angeles and Chicago comedy scenes. All 26 episodes can be purchased individually or as a whole season at[1]

Pardcast-A-Thon 2009Edit

In the first part of season six it was announced[2] that Never Not Funny would host a live, marathon podcast to benefit SmileTrain. The first Pardcast-A-Thon began at 9pm Pacific time on November 27, 2009 and lasted until 6am, November 28, 2009. The event raised over $12,000 for surgeries to correct cleft palates.

Season 6 EpisodesEdit

# Date Episode Title Notes
601 October 21, 2009 Twist and shout with Bil Dwyer.
602 October 28, 2009 Dressing up with Paul F. Tompkins.
603 November 4, 2009 Let it reign with Greg Behrendt.
604 November 11, 2009 A hundred minutes with a jackass: Pat Francis.The title for the free version is "Confessions of a jackass with Pat Francis."
605 November 18, 2009 On the soapbox with Jimmy Dore.
606 November 25, 2009 The happiest place on Earth with Todd Levin.
607 December 2, 2009 Putting it on with Jesse Thorn.
608 December 9, 2009 Turning the tables on Conan O'Brien.
609 December 16, 2009 Born to run with Pat Francis.
610 December 23, 2009 Making amends with Marc Maron.
611 January 6, 2010 Keeping it simple with Todd Glass.
612 January 13, 2010 Child's play with Rich Sommer.
613 January 20, 2010 You're in good hands with Jordan Morris.
614 January 27, 2010 Run for your life with Mike Siegel.
615 February 3, 2010 I scream, you scream, we all scream for Paul Rust.
616 February 10, 2010 It's a bird...It's a plane...It's Graham Elwood!
617 February 17, 2010 Going long with Dave Holmes.Special guest, listener J.P. Spaulding
618 February 24, 2010 Joe Lo Truglio"This episode was recorded on February 16th, 2010, before our friend, video producer and Jimmy's brother-in-law Andrew Koenig went missing in Vancouver. Our thoughts are on Andrew now, and we know yours are as well, but our hope is that this episode can provide a brief respite from the concern we all share."[3]
Special Episode March 3, 2010 Remembering Andrew KoeingNo theme music. Matt and Jimmy discuss recent events and introduce a retrospective of Andrew Koenig's funniest Never Not Funny moments.
619 March 17, 2010 Pat Francis is The Man with the Yellow Bag.
620 March 24, 2010 Mouthing off with Rachel Quaintance.
621 March 31, 2010 Learning to fly with Laurie Kilmartin.
622 April 7, 2010 Commemorating the 200th episode of Never Not Funny with Andy Richter, Jen Kirkman, Matt Besser and Pat Francis. Recorded live at the UCB Theatre, Los Angeles on April 3, 2010.
623 April 14, 2010 Rounding the corner with Mike Schmidt.The long-awaited return of the former third baseman since the end of season one.
624 April 21, 2010 Rushing into it with Andrew Daly.
625 April 28, 2010 All hands on deck, it's Chris Fairbanks!
626 May 5, 2010 This is the dawing of the Age of Scott Aukerman.
The Bridge V May 10, 2010 This concludes Season 6 of Never Not Funny. Don't forget to sign up for Season 7 at! Look for a Season 7 welcome message in the new feed tonight (May 10), then get ready for the season premiere on May 19!

Primo Bonus EpisodesEdit

# Title Description
Primo 17 Happy New Year! Jimmy, Matt and Pat help you count down to 2010.
Primo 18 SF Sketchfest 2010 Jimmy, Matt and Pat perform live at the San Francisco Comedy Festival with special guest Dave Foley. (Recorded at the Eureka Theatre in San Francisco, California on January 16, 2010.)
Primo 19 You Fascinate Me 2.13.10 Jimmy hosts his interview/game show at the UCB Theatre with sidekick Pat Francis and special guest Mike Sweeney (head writer of "The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien").
Primo 20 Live At The Bridgetown Comedy Festival Jimmy, Matt, Pat and special guest Christian Finnegan perform live at the 2010 Bridgetown Comedy Festival. (Recorded at the Bagdad Theatre in Portland, Oregon on April 24, 2010.)
Primo 21 The Writers' Room 3.18.10 Jimmy hosts a night of comedy, but his writers do the heavy lifting by providing jokes for him to read between acts. Featuring performances by Josh Comers, Graham Elwood and Marc Maron. Recorded March 18, 2010 at the UCB Theatre, Los Angeles.

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